WebDU 2011
WebDU: The antipodean web developer conference
Thurs 3rd - Fri 4th May 2012 Sydney, Australia
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webdu 2011

webdu 2011

Featuring Beyond HTML, Experience and Team tracks, 2011 saw an interest in: the web outside the desktop on mobile devices, TV and more esoteric platforms, the resurgence of Javascript, the gradual decline of Flash and a focus on Agile practices within web teams. More...

webdu 2010

webdu 2010

2010 was a bit unusual with the conference hosted right next to Bondi Beach. Another awesome event with sun, sand and great web technology. More...

webdu 2009

webdu 2009

A return to StarCity, Sydney. Highlights included a Flash platform keynote from Adobe, and a Meet the Makers keynote featuring Yahoo, Microsoft and Google. Mapping and user experience were the stand out topics for the year. More...

WebDU 2008

WebDU 2008

webDU 2008 was held at the Sydney Convention Centre in June. A four track web development spectacular over looking the beautiful Darling Harbour. More...

webDU 2007

webDU 2007

2007 saw a renewed interest in all things web. Conference highlights included sneak peeks of the upcoming Flash platform including Flex and AIR, the launch of ColdFusion 8, Javascript UI library's and a virtual cornucopia of social websites and associated technologies. Perhaps 2007 was the year of the mash-up and web API. More...

webDU 2006

webDU 2006

2006 saw a stellar line up of speakers and sessions from across the globe. Bringing the Web 2.0 vision to Australia, tracks covered web technologies, the flash platform, ColdFusion and rich internet application development. More...

MXDU 2005

Another fabulous year coinciding with the launch of ColdFusion 7, the emergence of Flash Lite in the mobile market, the coming of age of Flash video and an overall maturing of the rich internet application space. Keynotes from Tim Buntel (ColdFusion Product Manager), Mike Downey (Flash Product Manager) and Mike Chambers (Community Manager). More...

MXDU 2004 Archive

2004 saw the move to Star City, live music, spectacular food -- and of course Macromedia technology content not seen previously this side of the globe. More...

MXDU 2003 Archive

MXDU 2003 was a great success, access speaker presentations and associated files from our session archive. More...